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  • Resolved janwidmer

    (@janwidmer)


    Hey There,

    I have created the Plugin https://wordpress.org/plugins/lzb-select-dynamic/ and successfully released on WordPress.org into the plugins directory several times, see https://github.com/janwidmer/lzb-select-dynamic/releases.

    My Problem is, that the latest Releases are not appearing anymore on wordpress.org. The deployment is done via Github Action, which then pushes a certain Github tag into SVN.

    I cannot figure out, what I am doing wrong..

    I would really appreciate your support.

    Thanks
    Jan

    • This topic was modified 1 week, 3 days ago by Dion Hulse.
    • This topic was modified 1 week, 3 days ago by Jan Dembowski. Reason: Moved to Everything else WordPress, this is not an Developing with WordPress topic

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  • Thread Starter janwidmer

    (@janwidmer)

    Mmmh funny, now It worked again with a new release with..

    Dion Hulse

    (@dd32)

    Meta Developer

    Hi 🙂

    The version number is taken from your plugins header, and the “current version” of the plugin is taken from the SVN tag that your “Stable Tag” header points to.

    Looking at https://plugins.trac.wordpress.org/changeset/2540094/lzb-select-dynamic
    we can see two things:

    – The Contents of the tag created had the version number set to 1.1.5, while the tag itself was called ‘tags/2.1.1’
    – The Stable Tag header in trunk/readme.txt read Stable Tag: 1.1.5, which did not exist.

    As a result, WordPress.org considered whatever files that existed in Trunk to be the latest release.

    In the latest release, https://plugins.trac.wordpress.org/changeset/2545974/lzb-select-dynamic the Plugin Version header, and the Stable tag headers are all set to 2.1.1 and since /tags/2.1.1 exists that’s the latest version of the plugin.

    Thread Starter janwidmer

    (@janwidmer)

    Hi @dd32 :-), 
    Thanks for the quick response. I guess I must have mixed up something with the versions in the different files in the previous releases..

    Thanks for explaining.

    BR Jan

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